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Kovalainen 'amazed' by last-to-first Super GT turnaround

Ex-Formula 1 driver Heikki Kovalainen says he is amazed by the way his Sard Super GT team has emerged as the championship leader after last weekend's Thailand round.

Buriram Super GT: Kovalainen, Kobayashi win three-way thriller

Former Formula 1 drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Kamui Kobayashi came out on top in a three-way, all-Lexus fight to win the Thailand round of Super GT series.

Buriram Super GT: Honda takes 1-2 in wet/dry qualifying

Honda locked out the Super GT front row for the third time in 2018 as the Mugen NSX-GT of Hideki Mutoh and Daisuke Nakajima claimed pole position in Thailand.

Laverty "trapped in a nightmare" after Thailand crash

Aprilia's Eugene Laverty says he was “trapped in a nightmare” in the aftermath of his horror crash in Thailand's World Superbike round, in which he was struck by Jordi Torres.

Laverty breaks pelvis in Buriram WSBK crash

Milwaukee Aprilia World Superbike rider Eugene Laverty has been diagnosed with a broken pelvis following his crash in Sunday's race in Thailand.

Buriram WSBK: Davies wins, both Kawasakis suffer

Chaz Davies took his first and Ducati's third win of the 2018 World Superbike season on Sunday at Buriram, as both Kawasaki riders endured a tough race.

Buriram WSBK: Rea cruises to first win of the season

Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea cruised to his 55th career win and his first of 2018 ahead of Xavi Fores in the opening race in Thailand.

Buriram WSBK: Rea takes pole by 0.003s

Jonathan Rea snatched World Superbike pole position from Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes by just 0.003 seconds at Buriram, while Leon Camier put the Honda third.

Buriram WSBK: Rea edges Sykes in Friday practice

Jonathan Rea led a Kawasaki one-two in practice for the second round of the 2018 World Superbike Championship in Thailand, with teammate Tom Sykes 0.057 seconds adrift.

KTM: Espargaro skipping Buriram "a massive blow"

Pol Espargaro missing the Buriram MotoGP test was "a massive blow" for KTM, according to the Spaniard's crew chief Paul Trevathan.

What we've learned from MotoGP testing so far

Honda imperious, Yamaha confused and mixed fortunes at Ducati: Motorsport.com's MotoGP editor Oriol Puigdemont examines what we've learned from pre-season testing so far.

Dovizioso never considered going back to GP17 Ducati

Andrea Dovizioso says he never considered reverting to last year's Ducati GP17 in Thailand testing after Jorge Lorenzo returned to using the old machine on Sunday.

Zarco "close to 100 percent" of '16 Yamaha's potential

Johann Zarco believes he is "close to 100 percent" of the potential of the 2016 Yamaha MotoGP package following the second pre-season test of the year in Thailand.

Honda settled on more "aggressive" engine, says Marquez

Marc Marquez has indicated that Honda has settled on continuing with its latest-spec MotoGP engine despite worries the new unit is overly "aggressive".

Yamaha "relying on fate" as fix could take "months" - Rossi

Valentino Rossi admits Yamaha is “relying on fate” for the opening rounds of the 2018 MotoGP season, as a potential fix for the team's acceleration issue could be “months” away.

Lorenzo unlikely to stick with 2017-spec Ducati

Jorge Lorenzo says it’s unlikely he’ll switch back to Ducati’s 2017-spec MotoGP bike in Qatar even though he used it on the final day of testing in Thailand.

Thailand test my "worst" with Yamaha, says Vinales

Maverick Vinales says the Thailand MotoGP test has been "by long the worst" for him since he joined Yamaha, as he struggled on the final day following a promising Saturday.

Pedrosa pips Zarco to end Thailand test on top

Dani Pedrosa concluded MotoGP's Thailand pre-season test with the fastest time, edging out Johann Zarco in the dying stages of Sunday's running.

Suzuki riders impressed by latest aero fairing

Suzuki's latest design of aerodynamic fairing was introduced on the second day of Thailand testing, receiving positive feedback from both Alex Rins and Andrea Iannone.

Lorenzo still not "comfortable" on Ducati GP18

Factory Ducati rider Jorge Lorenzo says he still does not feel comfortable on the Desmosedici GP18 after a difficult day’s testing in Thailand.

Vinales reveals issue with 2018 Yamaha bike

Maverick Vinales said a late-session change on Day 2 of the Buriram MotoGP test has improved his Yamaha, and led him to discover a problem with the bike.

Marquez heads Honda 1-2 on second Thailand test day

Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez made a late surge to the head of the times on the second day of testing in Thailand, beating factory Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa.

Rossi "not optimistic" if Yamaha can't solve electronics woes

Valentino Rossi admits he is “not optimistic” for the opening rounds of the 2018 MotoGP season if Yamaha cannot quickly solve its "worrying" electronics issues.

Dovizioso finding Ducati fairing choice "difficult"

Andrea Dovizioso says he's finding it "difficult" to make a choice on what fairing to use after sampling a new variant on his Ducati in Thailand testing.

Crutchlow leads Rins on first day of Thailand test

LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow edged out Suzuki's Alex Rins to top the opening day of MotoGP's second pre-season test of the year in Thailand.

Laurent on pole for the 6 Hours of Buriram

Stage set for Asian Le Mans Series thriller after a tense qualifying session in all classes.

Cosmo and Byrne head into Round 3 in Buriram

The American duo, Guy Cosmo and Patrick Byrne, bring Asian Le Mans Championship Lead to to Chang International Circuit

6 Hours of Buriram – preview

A longer race, new team and new drivers add to an already exciting event

Buriram Super GT: Hirakawa/Cassidy take points lead with win

Lexus TOM'S duo Nick Cassidy and Ryo Hirakawa eased to victory in a wet-dry Super GT race at Buriram, taking the championship lead in the process.

Buriram Super GT: Hirakawa, Cassidy claim pole by 0.049s

Team TOM'S duo Ryo Hirakawa and Nick Cassidy topped a close Super GT qualifying session at Buriram, which ended with Lexus, Nissan and Honda separated by just 0.113s at the front.

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR by Romeo Ferraris back to the podium in Thailand

The eighth round of the TCR International Series yielded a podium finish for Romeo Ferraris.

Craft-Bamboo Racing endure tough weekend in Thailand to score points

Daniel Lloyd fought his way into the points in race one

Michelisz and Panis make a Honda double win in Thailand

Attila Tassi leads the championship by 2 points ahead of Jean-Karl Vernay

Mat’o Homola places the Opel Astra back on pole

The young Slovak topped the timesheet at the end of one of the most thrilling Qualifying sessions ever

Craft-Bamboo Racing to fight for Teams' Championship lead in Buriram

Pepe Oriola is fifth in the drivers’ championship standings and begins his push to climb up the ladder in Thailand this weekend.

Craft-Bamboo Racing focused on the podium in Thailand

With new driver lineups for the #88 IGOFX and #99 VLT Porsche this weekend, Craft-Bamboo is ready to hit the track and begin preparations for Saturday's qualifying session.

Buriram WSBK: Rea wins red-flagged Race 2 as Davies falls

Jonathan Rea continued his unbeaten run in the 2017 World Superbike season in the second Buriram race with a fourth straight win, as main rival Chaz Davies made a mistake and only took sixth.

Buriram WSBK: Rea takes dominant win in Race 1

Jonathan Rea won the first World Superbike race at Buriram by six seconds, as Chaz Davies finished behind him in second for the third consecutive time this season.

KCMG commence 2017 with Asian Le Mans challenge at Buriram

The #51 Audi R8 LMS GT3 entry shared by Go-Max, Toru Tanaka and Tetsuya Tanaka concluded the event 10th place in class.

Second win of the season for Jackie Chan DC Racing

26 cars took to the grid for the penultimate race of the 2016-2017 Asian Le Mans Series, held in Buriram, Thailand.

DC Racing closes on Asian Le Mans title with Buriram win

DC Racing strengthened its lead in the 2016/17 Asian Le Mans Series title race with a conclusive victory in the penultimate round of the season in Buriram, Thailand.

Jackie Chan DC Racing claims Pole Position in Buriram

Ho-Pin Tung was quickest overall with the only lap under 1:27 of the weekend so far.

Back to the warmth for round three of the Asian Le Mans Series

Asian Le Mans Series crossed the halfway mark and the teams are heading for a busy month of January with round three, the four hours of Buriram in Thailand.

Thailand WTCC round set for WMSC cancellation

This year’s WTCC Race of Thailand is certain to be cancelled at the next WMSC meeting, after the Thailand National Sporting Authority failed to make a new deal with WTCC promoter Eurosport Events.

Team Craft-Bamboo reclaims drivers’ championship lead with double win in Thailand

Pepe Oriola ran a flawless lights-to-flag victory in race one, and James Nash had a dominant win in race two.

Buriram TCR: Nash dominates after heavy Morbidelli shunt

James Nash made it a Team Craft-Bamboo Lukoil weekend sweep in TCR International at Buriram, powering through to win Race 2.

Buriram TCR: Oriola claims straightforward Race 1 win

Team Craft-Bamboo Lukoil driver Pepe Oriola eased to his fourth victory of the TCR International Series campaign in Race 1 of the round at Buriram, Thailand.

Qualifying – Pepe Oriola beats Gianni Morbidelli by 1/1000

Two exciting races should be expected for tomorrow in Thailand.

Team Craft-Bamboo determined to retake championship lead in Thailand

Only one point separates Pepe Oriola from first place in the standings and he is hoping to make a successful start to the Asian leg

Buriram Super Trofeo: Ebrahim/Malagamuwa score another double podium

Armaan Ebrahim and Dilantha Malagamuwa continued their podium run in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia Series, notching a double rostrum finish in the third round of the championship in Thailand.

Buriram Audi R8 LMS Cup: Mixed results for Patel

Indian Aditya Patel had a mixed second round of the Audi R8 LMS Cup at Buriram circuit in Thailand, scoring points in Race 1 and retiring in Race 2.

GT Asia Series victory for Phoenix Racing Asia in Thailand

Phoenix Racing Asia’s Marchy Lee and Shaun Thong claim victory in round three

Buriram ARRC: Krishnan scores maiden podium in Asia Dream Cup

Hari Krishnan lodged his maiden podium finish in Asia Road Racing Championship, as he battled his way through to take second place in race two, at Buriram.

Buriram ARRC: Kumar sidelined after injury, Subramaniam scores

Sarath Kumar will sit out of the remainder of the Asia Road Racing Championship weekend in Thailand due to an aggravating injury acting up, which he had sustained during a training session, earlier this year.

Ducati "missing that last bit" to beat the Kawasakis - Davies

Ducati World Superbike rider Chaz Davies says the team needs more power in order to fight Kawasaki, but was happy with the progress the team made in Thailand.

Hayden "learned a lot" on tough Buriram weekend

Nicky Hayden says he "learned a lot" as his steep World Superbike learning curve continued at the second round of the series in Thailand.

Sykes: “Great feeling” to break Rea streak in Thailand fight

Tom Sykes says it was a “great feeling” to return to the World Superbike winners’ circle and break teammate Jonathan Rea’s streak in the process.

Buriram WSBK: Sykes fends off Rea to win wild battle

Tom Sykes took his first race victory of the World Superbike season in Thailand after coming out on top in a thrilling battle with Kawasaki teammate Jonathan Rea.